Appendix table 2a. Most common occupational groups of wage and salary earners aged 18 to 74 included in the group of professionals in 2015 1)

Professionals (AML 2010) Wage and salary earners
Total Women Men
23304 Other secondary education teaching professionals 21,211 15,100 6,111
23411 Primary education teaching professionals 19,118 14,720 4,398
2342 Early childhood educators 18,985 18,450 535
2512 Software developers 18,232 3,816 14,416
2144 Mechanical engineers 15,392 1,273 14,119
2320 Vocational education teachers 15,325 8,349 6,976
2422 Policy administration professionals 14,671 9,211 5,460
2411 Accountants 14,556 9,577 4,979
2431 Advertising and marketing professionals 13,541 7,105 6,436
2511 Systems analysts 13,356 3,607 9,749
2142 Civil engineers 11,124 1,784 9,340
26351 Social workers, etc. 10,234 9,300 934
22122 Specialists 8,400 5,236 3,164
2149 Engineering professionals not elsewhere classified 8,056 1,882 6,174
2151 Electrical engineers 7,931 704 7,227
23592 Other teaching professionals 7,754 5,209 2,545
2433 Technical and medical sales professionals (excluding ICT) 7,609 1,880 5,729
2352 Special needs teachers 7,461 6,234 1,227
23412 Primary education teaching professionals 7,203 5,705 1,498
2211 Generalist medical practitioners 6,630 4,318 2,312
Total 246,789 133,460 113,329
Professionals total 420,151 224,400 195,751
1) The occupational groups are in accordance with the Classification of Occupations 2010.

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Updated 20.10.2017

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